24/7 Furnace Repair in Ann Arbor
Providing Reliable Heater Repair Since 1998
As brutal as Michigan winters can be, a furnace malfunction can be far more than an annoyance; it can be extremely dangerous if it is not addressed as soon as possible. That is why the experts at Iceberg Heating & Cooling are standing by no matter what time of day or night. We handle whatever type of emergency furnace repair you may need. We arrive within an hour of your call and will work as fast as possible to make sure you are once again warm and safe inside your home.
At Iceberg Heating & Cooling, we offer professional furnace repairs and a variety of residential heating services in Ann Arbor and the surrounding areas, including 24-hour emergency repair service. When you’re in need of heater repair, one of our highly-trained technicians will perform an assessment to locate the issue. They will then help you make the best possible choice for your home heating situation.
Is your heater not turning on? Call (734) 375-1119 to schedule furnace repair in Ann Arbor!
If you think there is a furnace gas leak, evacuate your home and immediately call the fire department and Iceberg Heating & Cooling. Our emergency services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We arrive within one hour after your first call. Do not return to your home until you are sure it is safe.
Troubleshooting: Before You Make that Call
If you wake up one morning to a freezing cold home, you obviously have an issue with your furnace. It may only involve some simple troubleshooting steps to get back up and running. It is critically important, though, that you don’t ever try to perform any sort of complex repairs on your own.
Not only will you run the risk of seriously injuring yourself or someone else, you could also void your warranty. Always leave any kind of emergency furnace repair work to a professional. However, there are some simple steps you can take at home. Try a little troubleshooting on your own before calling for 24-hour furnace repair in Ann Arbor.
Here are some of the steps to take:
- Make sure the unit is properly connected to its power source – Check to see whether any fuses have blown or any circuit breakers have tripped.
- Check to see if there is a reset button on your unit near the motor – If the motor is cool, push the button. If the motor is still warm, wait 30 minutes before trying to reset.
- If your system has a separate power switch, make sure it has not been turned off by accident.
- Make sure your thermostat is set properly.
- If you have a gas unit, make sure the pilot light is on and that gas is being supplied.
How Do I Know If My Furnace Thermostat is Bad?
The thermostat is the communicator of a furnace. It reads the temperature outside and tells the system when to turn on. And like your other HVAC systems, it can go bad. The average thermostat lasts for about 10 years. Passed this time, it starts to break down.
Signs Your Furnace Thermostat Is Going Bad:
- Room temperature and what’s listed on thermostat don’t match
- The furnace won’t turn on
- The thermostat is unresponsive or has no power
- Your furnace keeps short cycling
Affordable & Professional Ann Arbor Furnace Repair
Your furnace is the lifeblood of the entire home. It maintains a comfortable temperature during the coldest months of the year, ensures no one in the house is getting sick from the weather, and actually saves you money when maintained correctly. Unfortunately, even the hardiest of heating systems can break down at a moment’s notice. Whether that moment happens to be at midnight or during a storm, we can have a technician out to your home within an hour of your phone call to perform emergency repairs on your furnace.
Our technicians are trained and equipped with the necessary tools to handle any furnace repair in Ann Arbor. You should never feel ashamed or too nervous to call for repairs in the middle of the night. It is our job, and we love what we do. This is why we offer any time emergency repair services to our customers. We love supporting the community and helping you stay comfortable in your own home.
If you’ve been having issues with your furnace, but your unit is still less than 20 years old, we recommend looking into our premium furnace repair services.
Some common furnace repairs include:
- Replacing or adjusting the furnace belt
- Stopping continuous hot air blowing from the furnace
- Replacing broken furnace parts (including the pulley, belt, motor, and more)
- Repairing furnace wiring
- Fixing furnace gas leaks*
Typical Furnace Repair Cost
On average, the cost to repair a furnace is around $270 across the nation. The majority of homeowners who run a furnace heating system end up paying between $135 and $422 for their repair service. Of course, the majority of furnace systems tend to break down during the winter months. This is the time when many homeowners are running their systems on a daily basis. While most furnaces are quite efficient, even the newest models cannot maintain their output for all hours of the day, every day of the week.
At Iceberg Heating & Cooling we offer affordable prices to all of our customers. If you are interested in discovering how much a furnace repair job would cost for your home, your best option is to simply call our office directly at (734) 375-1119. We offer you a comprehensive quote once our heating technician has examined your system and found the problem plaguing the furnace. We offer upfront pricing and comfortable payment plans to customers throughout Ann Arbor and Monroe. Check out our financing page for more information on how to get the repairs you need within your budget.
Furnace Upkeep: When to Replace Your Furnace Filter
We advise you to change your furnace filter at least once every four to six weeks during the heating season. During the air conditioning season, however, change the filter at least once per month. Examine the furnace filter monthly to discover whether the unit is dirty and needs to have its filter changed. Changing your filter improves indoor air quality and reduces the need for repairs over time.
You may actually need to change the filter more often than the recommended amount, depending on a few different factors. These factors include whether or not you have animals that shed in the home, if anyone smokes within the home, how often you run the heating and cooling systems, and whether or not you maintain a good maintenance schedule to keep the whole system running efficiently.
If your furnace is not working up to standard, call Iceberg Heating & Cooling or contact us online to schedule a furnace repair in Ann Arbor.